About the event
When a longstanding Radio 1 tastemakers seizes control of a groundbreaking venue on the most horrifying weekend of the year expect a terrifyingly-long list of guests spanning a scarily broad musical spectrum. Never one to disappoint, Annie Mac’s return to The Warehouse Project was always going to be something very special indeed.
It might be the acid house set by jungle deity Randall, or the unfathomably compelling Paranoid London in the same room— an act partly responsible for re-energising wasp-in-a-jar arpeggiation atop tough drums. Perhaps it’s Swedish party starter Kornél Kovács, or hotly tipped Aussie (and regular sparring partner to Mall Grab) Nite Flite. It’s definitely Warehouse Music honcho Mella Dee, and his techno-disco workouts. And few could overlook French groove maestro Folamour, or low-fi mastermind DJ Boring. Bookings so on-point you almost forget king of juggernaut mixing and surrealist mic action Green Velvet, visionary selector Nightmares On Wax, and UK hardcore revivalist Special Request. There will be (fake) blood, (real) sweat and (joyful) tears on the dancefloor, from afternoon chills to nighttime thrills.